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Issue #6 of Enter magazine from April 1984. Inside Story, Feedback, Bits (Chocolate Chip, Quick Bytes, On-Line Junkyard, Hookey Hook-Up, J-T-V, Satellite Fishes, If A Man Answers Hang Up!), Ask Enter (One Drive or Two?, Cassette vs Disk, The 'Best' Computer?), Random Access (Teaching Basics), User Views (Getting a Hold on Handhelds, Q*Bert, Ms. Pac-Man, Donkey Kong II, Monty Plays Scrabble, Zaxxon, Thundering Turbo, Popeye Game & Watch, Octopus Game & Watch), News Beat (The Return of 'Pitfall' Harry, Beat Bits, Did You Know, For Your Machine, New Products: C.E.S. News, Hardware and Peripheral News, Software Specials), Show Beat ('Automan' Glows On Air, Movie News, Soap Opera Special, Rock Bits, That's Showbits), Pacesetters: Tei's Computer Weather Service, Connections, Stevie Wonder: Computers Make The Music In His Life, Talking Book: Ray Kurzweil's Reading Machine Opens Books To The Blind, Hot Copies: Should Copying Software Be A Crime?, Hardware Review: All About Adam, Beyond the 'Dragon's Lair': Don Bluth Animates A New Generation Of Laser Discs, Boston's Biz Kid: Jon Rotenberg: A Computer V.I.P. Since He Was 13, Face Off: Enter Contest #1, BASIC Training (Painting in Circles for TRS-80, Painting On-Line for Atari, T.I. Tunes for TI 99/4A, Keyboard Piano for Commodore 64, Easter Animation for IBM PC, April 1st Robot for Apple, Challenge #3: Moving Pictures), Pencil Crunchers, Next, Answers.
Collection enter-magazine; computermagazines